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‘We need high population, high income and bad weather’

Cherry Creek fits the expansion formula for high-end outdoor gear brand Arc’teryx and will soon be home to the retailer’s fifth U.S. stand-alone store, a $1 million project and one of its largest spaces yet.

Medical firm hit with class-action suit

A Castle Rock medical firm was sued by its shareholders last week over allegedly misleading them about a pending FDA ruling on the company’s primary product.

Box seat service debuts spin-off site

After raising $1 million from friends and family, a Denver-based firm is taking a page from the Airbnb playbook. The goal for the sister site is to connect people all over the country searching for luxury suites at events and games and vet cities for expansion.

Cafe startup blends mochas, Monopoly

After three years of peddling coffee from a truck, Nathan Stern is rolling the dice on a board game cafe. Stern, who also works as a commercial real estate broker, paired up with The Bagel Store owner Beth Ginsberg to launch Gathering Grounds CafĂ© and Board Games near the Denver Tech Center. They have another… Read more »

Gym franchise picks up speed in Wash Park

Orangetheory is pushing deeper into Denver with a new gym under construction in Wash Park that should open in April. Owner Paul Jurevich already owns Orangetheory gyms in Glendale and Southglenn. The franchise is known for high-intensity workouts, where customers monitor their heart rate while on treadmills and rowing machines. Jurevich said one of the… Read more »

Gym, realty firm clash in court

CrossFit has sued a local real estate agent and his company over allegedly cybersquatting on several web addresses – registering them just to profit on the sale of the domain name – that should belong to a new gym in Golden.

Brew space and shop sets up on Broadway

A new beer concept is in the works that will give new homebrewers a chance to test the waters and veterans a place to buy supplies and work in a more professional setting.